Patient Resources

Nearly one-third of American women have one or more pelvic floor disorders, such as urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence or pelvic-organ prolapse. These resources can help you on your journey toward better health.

    What You Should Know

    One in three women struggles with a pelvic floor disorder, but many do not seek treatment. Learn more about these disorders.

    Self-Help Measures

    Many problems of the pelvic floor can be helped with simple self-help measures and behavioral or dietary changes.

    Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Disorders

    A quick rundown of the common symptoms of pelvic floor disorders.

    What to Ask Your Doctor

    If you have a pelvic floor disorder, don’t suffer in silence. These questions will help you start the conversation with your doctor.

    Life After a Pelvic Floor Disorder

    Debra Hiett's story shows that there is life after a pelvic floor disorder.